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The Tao of Democracy: Using Co-Intelligence to Create a World That Works… (edition 2003)

by Tom Atlee

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Using real-life stories, this book shows how to engage the combined wisdom of citizens to solve complex social problems. Demonstrating that groups, communities and whole societies can be more intelligent and wise collectively than most brilliant individuals, it shows how 'collective intelligence' could revolutionise politics and governance.… (more)
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Title:The Tao of Democracy: Using Co-Intelligence to Create a World That Works for All
Authors:Tom Atlee
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I read this over summer last year, mostly in a tent in France under woody leaves. This is an older book about citizen engagement and councils, and dates back to just before the social media side of the internet exploded, I think. As such, it's slightly outdated in one sense, but in another way, it's a good reference to what democracy used to look like - and what else is possible. Will be keeping this and referring to it. ( )
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